Has anyone ever wondered that when it comes to LEGAL matters pertaining to this treasonous act of robbing the peoples' elected government at gunpoint, Voreqe ALWAYS says that it was the weak President's decision? From the first decision by the President to support the overthrow of the government, to the sackings, to the MOMENTOUS abrogation of the Constitution, to his reappointment as illegal PM, to the laws by decrees afterwards etc etc, Voreqe ALWAYS says to the people of Fiji and the international community that it was the PRESIDENT'S SOLE DECISION.
BUT when it comes to other issues like retiring when one is 55, as in the case of Voreqe who is 55! and now this issue with Col. Baledrokadroka...do you hear what I hear...read this has spoken by the Dirtster (Driti) - Military Commander Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama will have the final say on the matter.
Aha!!! So, when it comes to taking responsibility for his own illegal matter pertaining to his coup to steal power, Voreqe conveniently passes the buck to the President, who is obviously very weak and may not have the time in the future to stand trial for his crimes against the human Fijian race.
But for other matters that directly affect other peoples' lives, he is always the man to have the final say.
So, if he is having the final say in all these matters, then why hide under the sulu-vakataga of the President?
Because he is a weak and coward man. PERIOD!
Military ponders on ex-Colonel’s exit
June 08, 2009 01:33:17 PM
The Fiji military has yet to decide on the decommissioning if it’s former Land Force Commander Jone Baledrokadroka who recently spearheaded pro-democracy rallies in Australia.
Current Land Force Commander, Colonel Pita Driti, confirmed to FijiLive that Baledrokadroka had lodged an application for his formal resignation, which is with the Chief of Staff, Colonel Aziz Mohammed.
Beldrokadroka left the army following a disagreement with the military commander in early 2006 and was subsequently charged with insubordination and mutiny.
All supposed court martial charges were dropped in May, 2007 due to insufficient evidence; however, Colonel Driti maintains that his former superior will still be investigated by the military over the same allegations.
He said Military Commander Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama will have the final say on the matter.
Baledrokadroka and eleven others were also arrested and charged in an alleged assassination plot against the interim Prime Minister, some of his Cabinet Ministers and army officers in November, 2007.
He was again cleared of all charges on December 24, 2008 due to insufficient evidence tendered by the Police and the Military.
Baledrokadroka, a former member of Fiji’s Great Council of Chiefs, is now a Fellow at the Australian National University.
Baledrokadroka reportedly addressed the Fiji Democracy Freedom Movement Rally in Canberra last Friday.
Similar rallies and marches have been organized for coming weeks in Melbourne, Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin and the United States.